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Old 06-05-2006, 01:26 AM   #1
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Default Team Brood or Team Orion Motor

i need to get a new motor for our mod class.
which one of the following two motors would you guys recommend and why?

Team Brood V2 7x2 Pro
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Team Orion V2 Reinhard 10x1

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Old 06-05-2006, 10:14 AM   #2
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Team Brood V2 7x2 Pro For small track

Team Orion V2 Reinhard 10x1 For big track
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I thought it was suppose to be the other way round.
7t for big track
10t for smaller track
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For runtime reasons I would choose the 10t for a big track...

But on the other hand, the 7t would normally be faster on all tracks!!
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you can't really compare the two brand simple because you're asking about a 7turn and a 10 turn. There's no right or wrong answer to this question. Track info and what you're running would be a little more helpful in finding your answer.
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Really...comparing a 7 turn and a 10 turn motor is like comparing which is better? Apple or orange...

You need to provide a size of your track. Maybe you skill level.(Though I'm into my 7th yr of RC,I'm still quite chicken about running a 7turn )
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thanksfor the advice and tips guys. i decided to go with the Team Brood 7x2. i guess if i never try it i will never know. i still have a 13x2 to always go back to if i feel the 7x2 is too fast for me. thanks again
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